Ford announced that its credit department will provide the necessary assistance to Canadian consumers affected by Covid-19. Basically, it will be possible to delay or defer car payments to the automaker’s credit division.
FCA, Ferrari et Volkswagen have announced shutdowns of factories due to the coronavirus outbreak. For now the closings are temporary and short-term, but the situation continues to evolve very rapidly.
Jeep is recalling around 33,000 2018-2020 Wrangler and 2020 Gladiator models, over a potential problem with the clutch on some manual transmission models.
Honda has shared images and some information about the changes to its Odyssey model for the year 2021. In store are cosmetic changes and improved on-board features, as well additional safety features. The new Odyssey was to be unveiled fully at the now-postponed New York Auto Show.
In anticipation of the next-gen Elantra’s big unveiling next week in California, Hyundai has teased it via images and a video. They reveal an aggressive design, in line with the new Sonata’s design.
The growing coronavirus crisis has gotten the better of the New York Auto Show. Until today organizers had maintained the show was still set to go on as scheduled in early April, but in the end, caution proved the better part of valour. The show has been rescheduled for August.
Toyota Canada is adding 100,000 more vehicles to an existing recall. The issue relates to potential fuel pump malfunction, which may result in the engine shutting down unexpectedly.
Fiat presented yesterday the new generation of its 500 model. For its next turn, the automaker’s little bug has gone electric. We don’t know for the moment if the Fiat 500 2021 will appear on the North American market.
Genesis delivered a preview of the next-generation 2021 G80 sedan yesterday. The most striking element is a spectacular design that has the potential to take this Korean luxury car to another level.
With its Prophecy concept, Hyundai gives a glimpse of the future design of its products. While the design study – originally scheduled to premiere at the now-cancelled Geneva Motor Show – is likely not a prelude to a production model, it does preview what future Hyundai might look like inside and out.